Reminder: The Market has moved! Visit us in our NEW downtown location in Muni Lot 9 (537 Franklin Avenue). Parking is available in Lot 7 and Lot 9 (enter behind Bella Luce).

Between our full house of farmers and local food companies and our special Green Day at the Market mini eco-fest participants not to mention Denim & Textile Recycling Day, it's going to be a busy day!

But first, the Greenutley Town-Wide Garage Saletakes place both Saturday, September 22 and Sunday, September 23. Check out the Town-Wide Garage Sale Facebook page for previews!

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Just before the Market opens, join Nutley Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Julie Glazer for this week's Market Walk & Talk! Dr. Glazer will answer your questions about our priorities, plans, and goals as a district while we walk a scenic 3-mile loop. RSVP at meetup.com/Lets-WalkProgramor just meet at the Greenutley tent at 8:15am for our 8:30am walk.

Give your old denim and textiles new life by bringing clean and dry clothing and jeans, paired shoes, bedding, linens, hats, handbags, belts, fabric scraps 36” x 36” or larger, and other textiles to the Market for recycling. Learn more about the benefits of textile recycling from the Council for Textile Recycling.

Our mini eco-fest features Montclair Made, Nutley's own Coppola Honey, Nutley TREP$ Marketplace students, Good Vibes Yoga & Kombucha Bar (bring your yoga mat for a 10am mini gentle vinyasa flow), Essex County Environmental CenterYoung Living Essential OilsGod's Green Earth, and more with musical guest The Almost Original Synthetic Swampgrass Jug-Band.com.

Our line-up of farmers and local food producers includes Asprocolas AcresBuon AntipastoEmpanada LadyGourmet Nuts & Dried FruitHoboken Farms, Jarred Fresh (FEATURED!), Pallotta Hot SaucePickles Olives Etc.Tea Thyme Sweet & Savory, and Treelicioius Orchards.



It's a fresh produce donation day! Harvest those gardens or pick up some fruits and vegetables from our farmers right at the Market to benefit the Nutley Family Service Bureau Food Pantry. Your donations of non-perishables are always welcome. And don't forget: this Sunday is also NFSB's Garden Party Fundraiser.

Looking ahead...our annual School Pride Day takes place next week (Sep 30). If your school group or organization is interested in sharing your mission with the community, contact our Market Manager Meredith Blank at mblank@nutleynj.orgor 973-284-4951, xt. 2424 to participate.


See you at the Market!

Locally yours,
Mayor Joseph Scarpelli and Greenutley